Construction starts on Gordon’s Bay Mont Blanc

Construction has started on Mont Blanc in Gordon’s Bay, a sectional title security complex consisting of 12 two-storey clusters, each comprising 16 units.

The complex will have tarred roads, landscaped gardens, a swimming pool and communal braai facilities. Ground floor units have their own private gardens, and some of the units also have private braais. The complex is well situated, being some 400 m from the Pick ’n Pay shopping centre, beaches and Harbour Island Marina in Hibiscus Road.

Monté Jordaan, MD of Somerset West-based investment property marketing company Multi-Projects, says Mont Blanc is being offered at an accessible price, starting from R593 000 for a one-bedroom apartment to R863 000 for a two-bedroom apartment, both with lock-up garages, all costs included .

“Our main focus with Mont Blanc is on the daily accommodation rental market on a rental pool basis in the run-up to the 2010 Soccer World Cup and thereafter, with completion set for early in 2010. We have set up Multi-Projects Property Management (Pty) Ltd to manage the holiday/rental, management and maintenance of the complex on behalf of owners.

Owners who enter the rental pool may use their unit for their own holidays, with prior notice.
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